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Vision of Nationalism in Papua

Monday, August 14, 2023

After 60 years of efforts to integrate it with Indonesia, the province of Papua is still restive. Do not look at Papua through the eyes of Jakarta.

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THE preamble of our Constitution has noble aims: freedom is the right of every nation. Colonialism, no matter what form it takes, must be erased from the face of the earth because it is not in accordance with the principles of humanity and justice. As we celebrate 78 years of independence, it is time for us to ask if we have truly implemented this principle of equality for all Indonesian people.

In the context of Papua, the noble aims contained


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